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Edward Covannon, John R Squilla, Donna K Rankin Parobek, Eugene R Rinas, Nelson A Blish: System to monitor the ingestion of medicines. Carestream Health, November 10, 2009: US07616111 (84 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring ingestion of medicine (21) comprises forming a digestible radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (10). The RFID tag is attached to the medicine. The RFID tag and medicine are ingested. A signal from the RFID tag is monitored.


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Edward Covannon, John A Agostinelli, Jose M Mir: Auto-stereoscopic viewing system using mounted projection. Eastman Kodak Company, Frank Pincelli, April 8, 2003: US06543899 (72 worldwide citation)

Autostereoscopic images are produced by projecting a stereo pair of images onto a modified cube-corner retroreflective material. The cube-corner differs from that commonly available in that it has been altered to return the light to viewers eyes rather than directly back to the source of the project ...


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John P Spoonhower, Edward Covannon: System to monitor the ingestion of medicines. Carestream Health, August 24, 2010: US07782189 (56 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring ingestion of medicine (21) comprises forming a digestible radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (10). The RFID tag is attached to the medicine. The RFID tag and medicine are ingested. A signal from the RFID tag is monitored.


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Michael E Miller, Cathleen D Cerosaletti, Elena A Fedorovskaya, Edward Covannon: Camera system with eye monitoring. Eastman Kodak Company, Roland R Schindler, April 17, 2007: US07206022 (43 worldwide citation)

In one aspect of the invention a camera system is provided having an image capture system adapted to capture an image of a scene during an image capture sequence and an eye monitoring system adapted to determine eye information including a direction of the gaze of an eye of a user of the camera syst ...


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Edward Covannon, Elena A Fedorovskaya, Dana W Wolcott, Serguei Endrikhovski, Michael A Marcus: Health care kiosk having automated diagnostic eye examination and a fulfillment remedy based thereon. Carestream Health, June 10, 2008: US07384146 (38 worldwide citation)

A stand-alone station such as a kiosk (10) includes automated equipment for performing eye examination procedures on a user positioned in the station (11). Information derived from the examination determines possible existence of a correctable medical condition. The station includes a user interface ...


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Edward Covannon, John R Squilla, Donna K Rankin Parobek, Eugene R Rinas, Nelson A Blish: System to monitor the ingestion of medicines. Carestream Health, October 22, 2013: US08564432 (34 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring ingestion of medicine (21) comprises forming a digestible radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (10). The RFID tag is attached to the medicine. The RFID tag and medicine are ingested. A signal from the RFID tag is monitored.


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Edward Covannon, Michael E Miller, Thomas M Stephany: Immersive image viewing system and method. Eastman Kodak Company, Susan L Parulski, February 20, 2007: US07180529 (31 worldwide citation)

An immersive image viewing method comprises the steps of: displaying a scene on a first viewing area, the scene comprised of at least one image; displaying a lighting environment on a second viewing area separate from the first viewing area, the first and second viewing areas defining an immersive v ...


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Edward Covannon, Joseph A Manico, John P Spoonhower, David L Patton: Scanless virtual retinal display system. Carestream Health, May 20, 2008: US07375701 (22 worldwide citation)

A scanless display system that projects an image directly onto a retina, comprising a plurality of organic laser cavity devices. The organic laser cavity devices are placed in close proximity to a user's eye, for variably changing individual image pixels; wherein projecting the image directly onto t ...


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David L Patton, John A Agostinelli, James G Stephens, Edward Covannon: System and method for conditioning the psychological state of a subject using an adaptive autostereoscopic display. Eastman Kodak Company, Nelson Adrian Blish, May 24, 2005: US06896655 (14 worldwide citation)

An adaptive autostereoscopic display system (10) provides an apparatus for conditioning the psychological state, physiological state, or behavior of a subject (12) by displaying a stereoscopic virtual image at a left viewing pupil (14l) and a right viewing pupil (14r). A first set of images (100) is ...